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CUT International Short Film Festival

This event is a public rental presented by CUT International. Membership perks do not apply.

Admission – $25 (All Day Pass)

Selected and Award-Winning Films – 11:30 am – 6:30 pm

Awards Ceremony 7 – 8 pm

Storytelling is an art form as old as time. Even before we painted pictures on the walls of caves, we sat around the campfire and told stories. The ones who were able to captivate us with a little drama, pathos, comedy and insight, were the ones we relied on to keep our histories and explain our world. Filmmaking is an advanced form of storytelling where you take sight and sound, and project a world onto a screen that doesn’t exist anywhere else. The short film is a glimpse into that world and not the entire telling, but a mere slice of it. 

CUT International Short Film Festival is destined to become the premier festival in New Jersey for short form films. Located in a colonial-era enclave established in the early part of the 18th century, the City of Millville hosts a proper main drag known as High Street. Featuring a beautifully restored theater, bars, restaurants, coffee shops, bookstores, art galleries and barber shops, Millville harkens back to different time in the American experience. 

CUT was founded to celebrate storytelling in the medium of motion pictures but limited to short stories. The short film, like the documentary, has become a great way for a larger group of people to tell their stories. Not reliant on huge budgets, or massive crews, a small group of talented creatives can cra a tale of resonance and authenticity. Our goal is to celebrate those stories and give them a venue to shine.


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Jewish Federation Presents the International Film Festival: The Women’s Balcony

Lobby Doors: 5:00 PM
Runtime:
~1 hr 36 minutes
Director:
Emil Ben-Shimon
Language:
Hebrew

The Women’s Balcony:
The women in an Orthodox Jewish community in Jerusalem are appalled when their synagogue gets a strict new rabbi who preaches rigid gender roles. The ladies soon decide to fight back against his ultra traditionalist beliefs, while raising money to repair the “women’s balcony” in the synagogue.

TO PURCHASE TICKETS
Please call Jewish Federation

(856) 696-4445

Tickets may also be purchased the night ofthe films at the Levoy Theatre.

MOVIE TICKETS:
ADULTS

$8 per person, 1 film
$15 per person, 2 films
$20 per person, 3 films
$25 per person, 4 films

STUDENTS UNDER 21 FREE WITH STUDENT ID


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Jewish Federation Presents the International Film Festival: Fanny’s Journey

Lobby Doors: 5:00 PM
Runtime: ~ 1 hr 34 minutes
Director: Lola Doillion
Language: French

Enjoy Dinner at 4:00 pm, prior to movie at Andrea Trattoria Italiana, Millville NJ
DINNER RSVP 856.696.4445

Fanny’s Journey:
Based on a true story, this is an incredible tale of bravery, strength and survival, a story of a daring young girl who will stop at nothing and fear no one. In 1943, 13-year old Fanny and her younger sisters were sent from their home in France to an Italian foster home for Jewish children. When the Nazis arrive in Italy, their caretakers desperately organize the departure of the children to Switzerland. When they are suddenly left on their own, these 11 children do the impossible and try to reach the Swiss border to freedom.

TO PURCHASE TICKETS
Please call Jewish Federation

(856) 696-4445

Tickets may also be purchased the night ofthe films at the Levoy Theatre.

MOVIE TICKETS:
ADULTS

$8 per person, 1 film
$15 per person, 2 films
$20 per person, 3 films
$25 per person, 4 films

STUDENTS UNDER 21 FREE WITH STUDENT ID

 


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Jewish Federation Presents the International Film Festival: Frantz

Lobby Doors: 5:00 PM
Runtime: ~ 1 hr 53 minutes
Director: Francois Ozon
Language: French / German

Frantz:
A German woman grieving the death of her lover in World War I is shocked when his grave is visited by a Frenchman, who claims he was friends with her beloved before the war. The two bond over their shared connection, but when he returns to France, she decides to follow him in order to understand who he really is.

TO PURCHASE TICKETS
Please call Jewish Federation

(856) 696-4445

Tickets may also be purchased the night ofthe films at the Levoy Theatre.

MOVIE TICKETS:
ADULTS

$8 per person, 1 film
$15 per person, 2 films
$20 per person, 3 films
$25 per person, 4 films

STUDENTS UNDER 21 FREE WITH STUDENT ID


Click here for our ticket disclaimer and policies.

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